Sky Sports has released details of its new weekend schedule for the upcoming 2013/14 Premier League season.
Three new shows will feature in the new line-up with the Saturday Night Football introducing Sky’s Saturday evening Premier League fixture every week. David Jones and Jamie Redknapp will present post-match analysis from a new studio and debate all the talking points with an audience of football fans.
Read Recombu Digital’s guide How to get Sky SportsNew showcase programme FL72 Live, presented by Simon Thomas will showcase games from the Championship and Football Leagues 1 and 2 at 12:15pm every week.
Wrapping things up is Monday Night Football, presented by Ed Chamberlin will kick things off with ex-Liverpool star Jamie Carragher and former Manchester United captain Gary Neville as guests.
Sky Sports mainstays such as Soccer AM, Soccer Saturday and Goals on Sunday will remain. The full weekend schedule for Sky Sports 1 for the 2013/14 season is as follows:
10:00AM Soccer AM
Helen Chamberlain and Max Rushden return for another season of football fun
12:00PM FL72 Live
New Saturday kick off time for live matches from the Football League
2:30PM Saturday Night Football – Team Talk
David Jones and Jamie Redknapp preview the 3pm kick offs
3:00PM Soccer Saturday (also 12 – 6pm on Sky Sports News HD)
Jeff Stelling and the boys return with all the news, views and analysis
5:00PM Saturday Night Football – Live
David and Jamie debate the early matches and present the live late match
8:00PM Saturday Night Football – Game of the Day
From the same studio, Sarah-Jane Mee presents full replay of the best 3pm match
10:00PM Saturday Night Football – Match Choice
45-minute highlights from all Saturday 3pm fixtures available via the red button
9:30AM Sunday Supplement
Fleet Street’s finest debate all the biggest talking points each week
11:00AM Goals on Sunday
Saturday’s matches reviewed by Ben Shephard, Chris Kamara and guests
1:00PM Super Sunday
Up to two live matches with analysis from Graeme Souness, Niall Quinn and more
6:30PM La Liga
Live coverage from Spain including regular Barcelona and Real Madrid matches
7-11:00PM Monday Night Football
Detailed analysis of the weekend’s matches and talking points in a new look studio